Honeywell’s latest major upgrade to the IntuVue 3-D Weather Radar helps pilots to increase in-flight situational awareness and improve decision making in flight. Previously unable to anticipate either hail or lightning in their flight path, or turbulence at long range, flight crews are now able to predict the probability of severe weather up to 10 minutes in advance. IntuVue 3-D also enables the detection of turbulence at a range of nearly 70 miles, the longest range available today, providing the flight crew with more time to reroute or initiate turbulence avoidance procedures.
Honeywell – Honeywell Technology Helps Pilots Avoid Hail And Lightning, Improving Passenger Safety And Comfort
The Weather Channel – The Weather Channel takes a test flight into a thunderstorm’s path to try out a new aviation weather radar.
USA Today – Honeywell’s Senior Chief Engineer, Dr. Ratan Khatwa shows off a new on-board radar system that gives pilots a more complete picture of storms in their flight path.
Popsci – Popular Science checks out Honeywell’s new radar system for aircraft which can actually predict where dangerous weather will be from hundreds of miles away; by confronting a thunderstorm at 20,000 feet
ABC News – Breakthrough Radar System Helps Pilots Avoid Rough Turbulence
CBS News – New radar system helps pilots avoid turbulence